Thursday: Join Seattle Neighborhood Greenways’ Streets For People celebration and fundraiser

Streets For People promo image. Line drawing of a person on a bike, a tree and people sitting at a table with a splash of color on the treetop.Our city is very lucky to have Seattle Neighborhood Greenways working to promote equitable, safe and fun streets. The organization’s paid staff and its many volunteers do an enormous amount of work, much of which the general public never sees. They are always going around town planting seeds and forming partnerships that turn into innovative ideas and strong coalitions.

You can be a part of their work by volunteering and by supporting them financially. Their second annual Streets for People celebration and fundraiser is Thursday. Register your virtual table to get access to the program and support their work.

Details from Seattle Neighborhood Greenways:

It’s our 2nd Annual Community Celebration and Fundraiser for Seattle Neighborhood Greenways  

Thursday, November 19th, 2020 from 6-7:15pm

And you’re invited!

Join us for an inspiring evening of community, celebration, and connection.

This year we’ll join together online, and celebrate the street spaces that have helped our families, communities, and local restaurants make it through a challenging year.

Help us pay tribute to the amazing grassroots activism that brought us Stay Healthy StreetsCafe Streets, and Whose Streets? Our Streets!, projects this year. We’ll feature community voices, fantastic videos, safe streets trivia prizes, opportunities to visit with friends and make new connections, and so much more.

We’ll celebrate the mission of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways that let’s us re-imagine our public spaces in a way that puts people first. All of our fundraising this night will go directly towards keeping this critical work moving forward.

TICKETS: Click here!

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